-Von Pablo Picasso bis Robert Rauschenberg
 Kunstsammlungen Chemnitz, 2017
 Ingrid Mössinger (Hrsg.) und Iris Haist (Hrsg.)
 Buchhandelsausgabe: ISBN: 978-3-95498-345-2
 Museumsausgabe: ISBN: 978-3-930116-36-2

-Halfway, Christine Schulz, Reinhard Buskies (Hrsg.)
 Kunstverein Bochum, Berlin, 2016
 ISBN: 978-3-946784-01-2

- INPUT/OUTPUT, Worpsweder Museumsverband, 2014

- California Calling, Kunstverein Búchholz und Bräuning Contemporary, Hamburg 2013
- Parkhaus, Karl-Heinz Rummeny (Hrsg.), Düsseldorf 2013
- Vom Hier und Jetzt - 86. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover 2013
- Schauplatz Stadt, Kunstmuseum Mülheim/ Ruhr, 2013
- Blowin'free, Reinhard Buskies im Rahmen der Emscherkunst.2013

- Wildes Denken, Michael Stoeber, in: Salon Salder, Salzgitter 2012
- VENTOUX, Christine Schulz, Reinhard Buskies (Hrsg.), Kunstverein Bochum, Berlin 2012
- INTERFERENCE, Schaduwspel, Stichting Idee-fixe, Paul Hagenaars (Hrsg.), Breda 2012

- auto.MOBIL, Tely Büchner und Susanne Knorr / Erfurter Kunstverein, Erfurt 2011
- Kunst baut Stadt, Christine Nippe, Berlin 2011
- Der offene Garten, Meike Behm, Bernhard Jansen, Veronika Olbrich, Gudrun Thiessen  Schneider (Hrsg.), Hannover 2011
- Kunstfrühling 2011, BBK Bremen (Hrsg.) Bremen 2011

- >> fast forward 2, The Power of Motion - Christine Schulz, UB, Media Art Sammlung Goetz, ZKM, Karlsruhe / Ingvild Goetz und Stephan Urbaschek (Hrsg.), Ostfildern 2010
- Leinen los - 85. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover 2010

- Everything than passes between us, kuratiert von Christine Nippe, Heft zur Ausstellung, Kölnischer Kunstverein, 2009
- Zur Arbeit von Christine Schulz, Susanne Wedewer-Pampus, Leverkusen 2009
- Wandelbarkeit als Moment der Zeit festhalten. Christine Schulz' Papierarbeiten und Fotografien, Christine Nippe, Berlin 2009
- Parcours, Annett Reckert, Berlin 2009
- Imperium, Galeria Hilario Galguera, Spinnerei, Leipzig, 2009

- Nordlichter - 84. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, Hannover 2008

- no Limits, Christine Nippe, Revolver, Archiv für aktuelle Kunst, Frankfurt am Main 2007
- Impressionen, Paris-Berlin, KunstBüroBerlin, Hachmannedition, Bremen 2007
- Placemakers, Christine Nippe, Berlin 2007
- 24. Kasseler DokFest, Beate Anspach zu ALERT, 2007

- Christine Schulz, ALERT, in: Up 2 date, IDFX, Electron, Breda 2006
- Heimspiel, 83. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Casino, Harriet Häußler, Kunstverein Hannover, 2006
- Nordenfjords 2006, Berlin - Nordjylland, 2006
- Spielwelt, Spiele der Welt - Welt aus Spielen, Aeneas Bastian, 2006

- Panorama, 82. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Welle, Christine Schulz, Kunstverein Hannover, 2004
- Weltrennen, Sonja Parzefall, auf: CD-Rom, 2004
- Yellow Pages, Marienkäfer, Christine Schulz, 2004

- Christine Schulz, Spielwelt, Flug, in: Die Sehnsucht des Kartografen, Kunstverein Hannover, 2003
- Carina Herring, Die Stadt: Ein Spielsalon, Essay zu Christine Schulz' Spielwelt, in: Licht an - Licht aus, Meisterschülerzeitung HBK Braunschweig, 2003

- John Armleder, Lost in the City, in: Ein Treppenhaus für die Kunst, Christine Schulz, Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur, 2002
- Stephan Berg,  Einführungsrede zum 25. Juni, in:  Ein Treppenhaus für die Kunst Nr. 7, Niedersächsisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kultur, 2002
- Christine Schulz, Perspektiven, 81. Herbstausstellung niedersächsischer Künstler, Kunstverein Hannover, 2002
- Daniel Spanke, Abflughalle International Airport WHV, Flug, CD-Rom, 2002, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, 2002
- Christine Schulz, in: Klasse Virnich im BIS, Mönchengladbach, 2002
- Christine Schulz, in: beep - beep II, 404, 2002

- Christine Schulz, NORDWESTKUNST, Preisträgerausstellung 2001, Kunsthalle Wilhelmshaven, 2001

- Christine Schulz, in: beep - beep, 404, Uwe Schwarzer, 2000
- Christine Schulz, in: Filmklasse der HBK, Birgit Hein, 2000



- Christine Nippe, 2009
Capturing mutability as a moment in time:
Christine Schulz's photographs and paper pieces

- Annett Reckert, 2009
Courses for horses

- Christine Nippe, 2007
Fluid images, fluid spaces - the art of Christine Schulz

- Aeneas Bastian, 2007
Beauty before disappearance: Christine Schulz's images of the accelerated world

- Beate Anspach, 2006

- John Armleder, 2002
Lost in the City

Beate Anspach


The expansive multimedia installation ALERT by Christine Schulz resembles the stage of a television news show, where the world's events are conducted. The circularly arranged styrofoam and mirrored walls connected with metal structures appear temporary and incomplete. The different sizes and spaces between the elements provide viewers with a variety of perspectives into the interior. The elements also serve as projection surfaces for excerpts from feature films and documentaries.
These film sequences portray the destructive power of volcanoes, earthquakes and tidal waves in striking images. They mix together excerpts from real scientific documentaries with the expert computer-animated depictions of natural catastrophes coming from American feature films, blurring the borderline between fiction and reality. Many of these film excerpts seem familiar to us and are firmly anchored in our collective visual memory: satellite images of the earth, glowing rivers of lava, diluvian tides, tornadoes at the horizon. But at the same time it is very difficult to say exactly where the images come from. Too often today documentaries make use of animated sequences or feature films take real excerpts as proof of their fictitious accounts. This way of playing with references and citations has become habitual and is hardly noticed now or challenged by viewers confronted by such images. When superimposed tables and diagrams are added, an impression of scientific legitimacy and credibility is achieved. A sonorous male voice whose characteristic inflection we know from a host of science programs on television, declares:
"The scientists filmed and documented everything. Perhaps they hoped secretly that further catastrophes would occur so that they could take more pictures."
This sentence, repeated like a mantra, discloses the ambivalence people feel towards natural catastrophes - torn between fascination and fear. And implicitly it offers a critique of natural scientists and their methods of investigation. There are images such as these which on the one hand pull us in their wake and on the other hand appeal us and provoke irrational feelings of fear. When 59 percent of Germans indicate in surveys that they fear impending natural catastrophes this can hardly be based on real experiences or actual developments. Much more this figure reflects an abstract feeling of danger and threat incited by countless media reports and particularly the images featured in such reports. And it is by no means easy for us to distance ourselves from the suggestive power of such images as they are presented in Christine Schulz's installation.